Obama’s Treachery and Republican Silence

ob6Reprinted from NRO Online.

To order David Horowitz’s new book, “Take No Prisoners: The Battle Plan for Defeating the Left,” click here.

Barack Obama deliberately set out to lose the war in Iraq, and he did. He defied the advice of his joint chiefs of staff to secure America’s formidable military presence and keep 20,000 troops in country, and left Iraq to its own devices and the tender mercies of Iran. In doing so, he betrayed every American and Iraqi who gave his life to create a free Iraq and keep it out of the clutches of the terrorists.

Iraq is now a war zone dominated by the terrorist forces of the Islamic State, whose rise Obama’s policies fostered. Both his secretaries of state praised the animal Bashar Assad as a “reformer” and a man of “peace,” helping him to thwart his domestic opposition. The Islamic State was born out of the Syrian chaos that ensued.

Far worse was Obama’s open support for America’s mortal enemy, the Muslim Brotherhood, spawner of al-Qaeda and Hamas. During the “Arab Spring,” Obama essentially put America’s weight behind the legitimization of this murderous organization that had been outlawed for 40 years for its assassinations and conspiracies against the Egyptian regime. Secretary of State Clinton gave totally unfounded assurances to the world that the Brotherhood was ready to become part of the democratic process and give up its 90-year holy war against infidels, Jews in particular but also — and explicitly — America. During the Brotherhood’s brief tenure as the government in Egypt Obama gave these genocidal zealots more than a billion dollars in American aid and F-16 fighter-bombers that could easily reach Israel’s major population centers, which for 60 years the Brotherhood had sworn to destroy.

By his feckless interventions in the Middle East, and his tacit support for the chief organization of Islam’s terror war against the West, Obama has set the Middle East on fire. All the violence in the crescent from Gaza to Iraq, including Hamas’s genocidal war against Israel, has been encouraged by Obama’s support for the Brotherhood and hostility toward the Jewish state.

Characteristic of this encouragement was his illegal intervention in Libya, which violated every principle that Obama and the Democrats invoked to attack President Bush and undermine America’s war against the Saddam regime and the terrorists in Iraq. Thanks to Obama, Libya is now in the hands of the terrorists and thousands of Libyans are fleeing to Tunisia and Egypt. Thanks to Obama, the Christian communities of Iraq, which date back to the time of Christ, are being slaughtered.

Because of Obama’s aversion to America’s role as a keeper of international peace, the tyrant Putin has been able to swallow Crimea and threaten the rest of Ukraine. Since his election in 2009, Obama’s policies have been responsible for the deaths of tens of thousands of people and will result in the deaths of tens of thousands more. Thanks to his efforts to destroy America’s borders, Americans may be included in this grim toll. Certainly, Americans are now threatened by terrorists as never before.

Where is the Republican opposition? Why are Republicans still treating Obama as though his were a normal presidency and not a national disgrace? Why are there no indictments of Obama for the carnage he has enabled?

There is one foreign policy area where Republicans have shown some fight: Benghazi. But the fight here has been over an inquiry — important in its own right, but not a political challenge to Obama’s efforts to sabotage and degrade the country he is supposed to lead.

We know the basic facts. Obama’s team was trying to monitor and recapture the weapons we had helped supply to Islamist militias in Libya. That was Ambassador Stevens’s mission. No security was provided because Stevens’s mission had to be secret and plausibly deniable in the middle of an election in which Obama was running on the cynical lie that the war on terror had been won. During the battle waged by American heroes against the terrorists’ assault in Benghazi, the president and his secretary of state went A.W.O.L. and left these brave Americans to die. Instead of honoring them and hunting down their killers, Obama then took off for a fundraiser in Las Vegas. This was surely the most shameful individual act by a president in the history of the White House.

Having abandoned these American heroes and their families, Obama and his minions then lied to the American people about the terrorist attack and used it as an occasion to defend the Prophet Mohammed in a U.N. address to the world. This series of acts showed Obama’s contempt for the American military, contempt for the American people, and sympathy for America’s enemies, an attitude that has been revealed over and over again.

When will Republicans gather the courage to start speaking truth to power?

— David Horowitz is the author of the newly published book Take No Prisoners: The Battle Plan for Defeating the Left.

  • camp7

    So true David Horowitz. We are a people of a once great nation. That has changed since the insolent and destructive Obama regime. It’s more than a Republican problem, it is a citizen responsibility to acknowledge the warning of our founding fathers; “The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.” We have failed to the extent that we “reap what we sow.”

    Only now others sow the sorrow. Iraqi children are beheaded and women are bled and enslaved. Men are tortured and hung on a cross for public display. All for the benefit of a self-appointed legacy — the will of one over the fate of many.

    Whether your article captures a spiritual revival of fundamental and constitutional rights is in question. The contempt for both is upon us by session.

    • The March Hare

      Peace through strength needs to become our mantra again with a conservative leadership. Real conservatives, that is, not the fakes that have weaseled into the government. The leftists have smeared the term so bad many people don’t even understand what a conservative really is anymore.

      • camp7

        I agree. Here in Alaska we have three strong conservative candidates running for the US Senate this coming primary. Any of them will help restore the leadership in Congress, as compared to one of our incumbent Senators who tows the weasels’ line with zombie like adherence.

        In my opinion, “leftists” are nothing more than quasi liberal statists who by nature befoul the intent of the constitution.

        “Peace through strength” makes more sense now than ever.

        • MLCBLOG

          “Peace through strength!” I like that.

          • Sam197859

            You mean a breeding ground for terrorism. Intimidating a country or its people only goes so far.

          • Drakken

            Yeah you ghetto rats really have a great track record to stand on, too funny if it wasn’t so tragic.

          • Sam197859

            Ghetto rats? When are you going to have an adult conversation?

          • IslamDownpressesHumanity

            What country and people are you referring to?

          • Sam197859

            Take a guess. Who best interest is to keep conflict going? Who benefit from continuous wars for profit? What is their actual goals versus the BS that they sell us?

      • Sam197859

        What is a conservative beside brain dead, not thinking, afraid of their shadow, when a thought is introduce?

        • The March Hare

          You trolls should really get a better grasp of English. Syntax and conjugation would help make your smears more correct, even though wrong.

          • Sam197859

            Yawn. Try again Miss Peach. Argue the point instead of trying to give me an English lesson. Prove that my comments are wrong. I dare you.

          • The March Hare

            Why? Your comment was nothing but a hateful smear and nothing of substance regarding the subject. I am done with you.

          • Sam197859

            Hateful smear? Huh??? I have no hate for anyone. I just love to debate. That is the object of these forums. I cannot help that you would not have a conversation with people who do not share the same opinion as you. Forums are not an English class, but a venue where people express their opinions and correct English standards do not apply. Not the same as writing a book or a column for a newspaper.

  • Mladen_Andrijasevic

    What is really shocking is the almost indifference of the American public to the American president supporting the Muslim Brotherhood, an anti-American and anti-Semitic organization, and even more so Obama’s support for Hamas, the organization which in its Charter has Article 7 which reads:

    The Day of Judgement will not come about until Moslems fight the Jews (killing the Jews), when the Jew will hide behind stones and trees. The stones and trees will say O Moslems, O Abdulla, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him.

    How is it that Americans do not realize that this is an abandonment of the basic values the US stands for?

    Houston, we have a problem – the US president sides with Hamas against Israel!

    • The March Hare

      Very few of us are watching or understanding.

    • kasandra

      You should his interview with Thomas Friedman in the NYT. Obama seems to think the lyrics of “Imagine” form an effective foreign policy.

    • carpe diem 36

      hi sides with our enemies against the USA. He should be tried for war crimes. and another thing, if Clinton was a horrible sec’y of state imagine how bad she will be as president, God protect us.

      • IslamDownpressesHumanity

        She’ll mainstream the OIC right into the Presidential Palace in D.C.

    • DB1954

      I agree with your first statement. The apparent indifference of the American public reflects, in my view, the ignorance that George Soros and Democratic Alliance have spread ever since 2008 at least. In short, a wild guess would be that maybe 3 to 5 percent of the American people know that Obama supports the Muslim Brotherhood, and even fewer know the details of that support or the fact that the MB has infiltrated our security apparatus at the highest levels.

      Bottom line: few if any know of the MB.

      • mtmla

        They don’t know, don’t want to know and don’t believe that Odumbo is a marxist muslim set to destroy America and stablish muslim power in the US. Most people don’t even want to hear about it. They want to have happy thoughts

  • JR Kipling

    I disagree about describing Assad as being a repressive, cruel, corrupt, totalitarian dictator. While those words may be descriptive, there is one all important word left out and that is Bashar al Assad is necessary. Given the fundamental violence and instability and dysfunction of Islam which is the bedrock of that part of the world no other kind of leader can exist. The very very best that
    can happen is a figure like the Shah who uses state terror to curb the even greater terror of Islam itself. But nothing can thwart the will of Allah in the end
    and we saw what happened to the Shaw. No..leave Assad alone. And stop the insane Liberal schemes of saving helping, changing, toppling, reforming,
    or “saving” these countries. Until you can change the words of the Koran on every page of every copy that exists and do it quietly the need for Assads, or Saddams, or Ghadafis or Ibn Saud, will arise. Just leave these places alone. No technolog goes into these places and no people comes out of these places

    • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

      Facts are facts and Assad is as bad as you and David “describe.” Whether he is the lessor of evils is another question. He’s our enemy and an enemy of civilization. Islam, is a much bigger problem. The secular dictators are no friends of ours but are enemies of our main enemy: jihadi.

      The days of secular dictators are numbered. The Islamic Revival ultimately threatens their power. We may have hastened Mubarak and Ghadafi’s fall but the ease of their fall tells us the fragility of their rule. Assad is more vulnerable that previously imagined. With Iran and Russia’s help he may survive this round of jihadi insurrection.

      David is right that Obama takes the wrong side … but he is wrong if he thinks we can stop Muslims from embracing Islam. We have an enemy and we have to establish a deterrent to their aggression. Until we understand the enemy and their religious philosophy and until we accept the need to fight them by means appropriate to their barbarity, we will not be effective in establishing a deterrent.

      Our internal weakness is our greatest problem. We are not the country we once were.

      • wildjew

        “We may have hastened Mubarak and Ghadafi’s fall but the ease of their fall tells us the fragility of their rule….”

        You are right but don’t include me in the “we.” I did not demand Mubarak step down “immediately” in 2011 to make way for Obama’s Muslim Brotherhood jihadists; Obama did. I did not send or agree to send U.S. forces to help al-Qaeda of North Africa to murder Gaddafi; Obama did it. I did not agree to arm ISIS and other rebels in Syria. Robert Spencer has been warning for many months there are no good options in Syria but Obama chose to arm the jihadists who are flooding into Iraq. You are right, Assad is bad. But there can be worse. Why didn’t Obama arm the Kurds, our natural allies in Iraq? I am not hastening ISIS victory in Iraq. Obama is.

        • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

          Spencer also warned against nations-building in Iraq a decade ago (if you remember Jihad Watch back then). I don’t think Horowitz and Spencer are on the same page with regards to this matter.

          The problem with the Republicans is that they told us that Islam is just like Christianity and Iraqis have a love of freedom in their heart just like we do. Bush lied … about Islam. Now Republicans lost the trust of the voters on foreign policy.

          We need a new crop of Republicans that put America’s interest first, properly vilify Islam, repudiate the current “just war” nonsense, etc. In this culture that takes a brave individual.

          • wildjew

            You are so right. I wrote David Horowitz during the Bush years warning him that Bush’s lies about Israel (actually Bush betrayed Israel) and his lies Islam were killing us. The problem is, for too many Republicans (Karl Rove and others like him) politics is a sport or a game that is about winning by clever stratagems rather than doing what is right. Thus Michele Bachmann and others are trashed by fellow Republicans because they are warning about Muslim Brotherhood infiltration in the Obama regime. Bush (I voted for him in 2000) misled the American people about Islam for seven plus years after 9/11/2001. Is it any wonder Americans elected this dangerous Muslim-born president only seven years after Muslims attacked America?

          • http://libertyandculture.blogspot.com/ Jason P

            You are exactly right. I was going to use the same examples (Bush’s limitations and Bachmann trashing) but then my post would have been an article.

          • Sam197859

            If believe anything that Michele Bachmann says then are an idiot.

          • Drakken

            Coming from a ghetto rat as yourself, we will take it as a compliment. When your democrat masters run out of other peoples money to buy your vote, your going to be sh*t out of luck, the gravy train that you have enjoyed since the 60’s is going o come to a screeching halt, your going to find that the rest of us won’t be so accommodating.

          • bigjulie

            I suppose Bush’s pronouncements could be termed “lies” but I believe they were made out of profound ignorance of what he was facing with Islam as a political force, powered by the Koran and the Hadith, both heavily spiced with Taquiya, which, I am sure, he had no knowledge or appreciation of. Brash and wildly self-confident, he powered forward only to realize, too late, that he had been “had” by the so-called “advisors” (Iraqis living in the US who had a desire to cash in on the future of a “democratic” Iraq once the US Forces had done all the dangerous and dirty work required for the victory, including the capture of Saddam)
            A “new crop of Republicans” is simply not going to hack it. Republican so-called leadership is so beholden to moneyed interests for Party support that they will never do anything to thwart the ends of those supplying the money. A major “end” is having a money-compliant leadership of the party, else the entities supplying the money lose control. This is the major reason Conservatives are having such a difficult time gaining ground. Those currently in power know that money will not buy their loyalties. Conservatives are motivated by principle, not money, and would therefore be difficult to “control”, unlike the current Republican “leadership” (Boehner, already known to have an irresistible desire for a lucrative lobbying position), McConnell, and Rove, whose only principle is “greed is good”! They all grovel in front of the “green” waved in front of their noses and will do what the “wavers” want done…principles be damned!

    • carpe diem 36

      i hope they keep fighting and I hope both sides win.

  • BMS

    This is what happens when you elect an inexperienced Muslim community organizer with leftist leanings to the White House. All hell breaks loose all over the world. Thank goodness he can’t run for re-election. He will, rightfully, go down as the worst president in American history.

  • Douglas Mayfield

    That he and those he has appointed have wrecked American foreign policy and crippled our armed forces is no surprise.

    Obama is socialist and nihilist who has embraced the death worship that is Islam.

    He and his followers are committed to destroying freedom and individual rights wherever they fine them, both here in America and abroad.

    That is why in foreign policy, he has consistently embraced cheap vicious murdering tyrants such as Castro in Cuba, Chavez in Venezuela, and Putin in Russia and why he repeatedly snubbed or actively hamstrung our allies. His treatment of Israel is disgusting but is entirely consistent with his basic purpose.

    America has one hope, elect someone with courage and integrity to the office of the Presidency, but that requires that the Republicans nominate such an individual for President.

    Given the chronic evasion and outright cowardice with which elected Republicans go about representing us, I have my doubts.

    • Conniption Fitz

      Islam is the religion of the fallen flesh… coercion, tyranny, lust, murder, pillaging, racism, genocide, misogyny, rape, bestiality, pedophilia, constant conflict, war.

      • Ace

        Excellent. And with just two sentences. Good point about holy. What exactly is holy about ANY part of that satanic joke of a book?

        • Americana

          One can’t claim Mohammed ripped off the other two major religions and then claim there’s nothing in the Qur’an that isn’t holy. Plagiarism of the sort Mohammed engaged in guarantees that there is material in the Qur’an that should be acceptable to the other monotheists. The trouble is we should find Muslims who are willing to expunge the heinous parts of the Qur’an.

          • Ace

            That’s nothing that I claim.

            That said, recycling some parts of other religions’ doctrine or history doesn’t mean that what was recycled retained any part of the spiritual essence of the original. The parts where having sex with animals, killing Jews, and enslaving infidels are discussed puts the whole pathetic enterprise in a different category from which it cannot be rescued.

            Since Allah is the moon god of Arabia I don’t see how Jews or Christians would want to give any credence to a god other than God. That’s in the Ten Commandments.

            I’m not aware of plagiarism per se as the Koran is essentially incoherent and a record of Mohammed’s ad hoc “divine” justifications for his appetites of the moment. Magisterial it isn’t.

            Mohammed didn’t write the Koran. Some other guys did about 200 years after his death.

            I agree with your last sentence. However, any Muslim willing to do that is guilty of blasphemy under plain vanilla Muslim interpretation of shariah and can be killed. There is zero prospect or hope that Islam, the perfect closed system as Baron Boddisey terms it, will ever change. Its bedrock, ridiculous principles are enforced by murder.

          • Drakken

            Islam must be purged period, so good luck with your utopian ideal of finding muslims to change their unholy book. Bloody laughable in its gullible wishful thinking.

          • Pete

            When you plagiarize large portions of religious texts and then reorder them willy nilly, you can’t call that holy.

            Unless you are stupid.

            Oh Wait.


            I could take portions of a mathematical proof, reorder those portions and not have a proof of much of anything anymore.

            Seriously, you went to school Americana?

    • Rosasolis

      First you Republicans must strengthen your party with many dedicated
      members and supporters! But only if you are able to achieve this
      difficult but very POSSIBLE task, you will able to find the right leader.
      You Americans should start realizing that your ruling government
      is much more important than a failing president. If your GOVERNMENT
      is strong and capable, then you can always find the leader.
      In the EU, the government is much more important than the leader!!!

      • Toa

        Exactly right. Obama is not doing all this damage by himself; he has hordes of minions around him who are more than happy to carry out his destructive bidding.

        • DB1954

          They’re called Democrats.

          • catherineinpvb

            Yes. . .and ‘Obamamedia’. And, no question, they are relentless and they a total sham per the ‘Good’ they claim to purvey. If their lips are moving, a lie is on it’s way to your ears. And this, just for starters.

      • justsayin

        Yes but right now all we have are slithering liberals in the GOP. Especially on immigration. A couple of notable exceptions and that’s it.

        • Ace


    • American Patriot

      This is why we need a patriotic president. Hopefully, by 2016, we would elect one. Also, what Russia needs to do is go back to the Yeltsin years. Yeltsin was a democrat and a Western ally, while his successor, Putin, is a neo-Communist. Too bad Yeltsin didn’t expel every Communist and neo-Communist from power in Russia. The neo-Communists needs to be told that their side has lost the Cold War and that they need to respect and support the West, since the West is clearly the force of good. Neo-Communists like Putin are sore losers.

      • DB1954

        Putin is behaving like a dictator because he is a dictator. Communism in the Soviet Union was a political system that wouldn’t be of benefit to Putin, so why do we just have to label him a “neo-communist”?

        If anyone deserves to be labeled a “neo-communist,” it’s Barack Obama, although I’d prefer to call him a Marxist.

      • Drakken

        Putin is a nationalist and loves his country Russia, Obummer is a neo-communist and hates our country, see the difference?

    • Americana

      American foreign policy is subject to INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS. The Status of Forces agreement that was brokered by Pres. Bush that stated American forces would leave Iraq after a certain date was never revoked by the Iraqis. That is, in part, the fault of the Obama administration. for not being persuasive enough w/PM Nouri al Maliki, it was also the result of Iraqi arrogance and ignorance of how little battle-hardened the Iraqi armed forces were and are. This agreement failed to be negotiated to the our’ satisfaction because we didn’t want to subject American soldiers to Iraqi justice. How many soldiers would have fallen afoul of Iraqi justice? Unknown, but we made the bet and we lost the bet during Pres. Bush’s administration.

      NOTE THE DATE ON THE FOLLOWING STORY and the references to Pres. Bush and the election:


      Maliki Demands All U.S. Troops Pull Out by 2011

      By Amit R. PaleyWashington Post Foreign Service
      Tuesday, August 26, 2008

      BAGHDAD, Aug. 25 — Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki demanded a complete U.S. military withdrawal from Iraq by 2011 as he embarked Monday on an attempt to win support among Iraqi leaders for a draft security accord with the United States.

      Maliki’s comments appeared to be an attempt to extract further concessions from American officials, less than a week after both sides said they had agreed to remove all U.S. combat troops by the end of 2011, if the security situation remained relatively stable, but leave other American forces in place. The U.S. plan is to leave as many as 40,000 troops to continue to assist Iraq in training, logistics and intelligence for an undefined period.

      U.S. officials, however, have signaled willingness to compromise with Maliki’s government in order to sign an agreement by the end of President Bush’s term. There is additional pressure because the United Nations’ authorization for American troops to remain in Iraq expires at the end of the year; if no accord is signed before then, U.S. troops will have no legal basis to remain in the country.

      Speaking before a gathering of tribal leaders in the heavily fortified Green Zone, Maliki said for the first time that the United States had agreed to withdraw all troops — not just combat brigades — as part of a security accord governing U.S. forces in Iraq, and that the withdrawal schedule must be firm. But American officials said no accord had been reached and insisted that any withdrawal be based on conditions at the time.

      “The agreement says that the Iraqi government will decide if the security situation is good or bad and whether foreign troops remain in Iraq, not anyone else,” he said. “The Iraqi government could ask the Americans to withdraw before 2011 if we wish.”

      • gorgeousgeorge

        Either the GOP is dumb, cowardly, or complicit.

        • Sam197859

          Their both. It is about business.

    • Docs357

      That was extremely well put easy to understand I’m not highly educated in a secular sense . I have a B.A. In biblical studies which was strictly bible course your point came a cross loud and clear. I’m in full agreement with you I was praying for a true conservative candidate someone who loves this country enough to go the extra mile and make others tow the line on both sides of the isle. His main objectives is a new world Oder that has one religion the evil of Islam . As far as there threats of putting there flag on the White House I can picture him in my minds eye helping them strike down the Stars and Stripes and raising whatever if he’s not removed from office suddenly without notice he will hand this nation over to the Devil himself thank you for your insight May GOD BLESS you and yours

    • truebearing

      Too many Republicans are comfortable being the perennial losers — the second party that never wins but is necessary to create the illusion that we have a functioning democratic republic. The Senate is full of Republicans that are nothing more than foils for the radical Left.

      David Horowitz is making the single most important point in American politics by pointing out that the so-called opposition has yet to call Obama out in the middle of a Gramscian coup. Republicans are clearly far more concerned with defeating the Tea Party — the only reason 2010 was such a success for Republicans — than they are attacking Obama with the unvarnished truth.

    • catherineinpvb

      ‘Death Worship’, captures the essence of Islam as we are experiencing it.
      There must be a ‘Islamic Reformation’ – or, all the world will be a suffering. They are promising. . .and delivering.

  • The March Hare

    The willful ignorance of a huge number of people is reason this country is in the state it is in. While I haven’t heard it for quite a while, but I remember when it was common for people to think they were being above it all when they would say they don’t talk politics or religion. Once they got people to ignore both the political scene and morals, we were doomed. Party, laugh, get high, watch TV, become avid sports nuts, get into the recreation craze, get hooked on celebrity lives or let some other preoccupation take total dominance in their lives and what is going on in the world or the government is on the back burner if it is even on the radar at all.
    Woo hoo! Who is vice president? How should I know. What’s a speaker of the house? What house? Doesn’t the Secretary of State take care of the President’s mail and appointments?


      We are surrounded!

  • Prayer

    Yes ,When will people face the truth?

    • Drakken

      When it is far too little too late.

    • Sam197859

      Which version?

  • Wwlee4411

    The word for it is “subversion.”

  • Rosasolis

    America is no longer the keeper of International peace. The Golden Years,
    when America and Europe had Pres. Ronald Reagan, are alas all but forgotten!
    All we now have left is the Western Civilization which represents North-America,
    Europe, and a few other countries which are struggling to keep our civilization
    alive and safe from the Islamic Take-over.
    Your current pres. has now shown many times over, that he is no longer capable
    of functioning as leader of America. He has also been interfering in European
    Affairs. Which we do not need from Obama, who has never before shown much
    interest in Europe during the 8+ years of his presidency!
    I have written this before, and I will write this again: it’s your government that
    counts! FIRST you must have a capable, stable and devoted government,
    and from this group you can choose the leader. In Europe the winning political
    party is much more important than the man or woman who eventually is chosen
    as the country’s leader.
    Now is the time, more than ever before …. that you conservatives start working
    together in America, to build up your strength. If I am correct the start of the
    Republican party began with a wonderful caring statesman: Abraham Lincoln.
    Many other men and women followed. I loved the Reagan years and I still
    miss this wonderful dedicated cowboy very much!
    Come up American Republicans!…do you still have a few good dedicated
    folks who would like to work together with Europe to keep our
    Western Civilization going?

    • DrBukk

      It is impossible for a conservative candidate to deflect the demonizing by the left. It’s not just the ignorant masses whipped up by the usual leftist lies; it’s personal threats, protests in your front yard, your dogs getting poisoned and media muggings taking away your reputation and livelihood.

      IMHO, the successful vilification of Palin, then Romney was the end of all hope. You could not find more admirable people to run for office even if you disagreed with them.

      I doubt there is any hope for the US, but thanks for your courage Mr. Horowitz and Mr. Spencer.

      • Rosasolis

        I am not surprised to read that there is so much discrimination
        and acts of violence against Americans who are not supporting
        the Democrates. Most cities throughout Europe are also experiencing an increase of rioting and violence by the jihadists
        who want to Take-over and force their Sharia Law upon us!
        But don’t despair and completely loose all your trust! —
        You still do have Sarah Palin; she is still there! And I for one
        think that she is stronger than ever before. All she needs is
        lots of support, and then she will will be able to continue,
        beter than ever before!
        But don’t wait too long!

        • Sam197859

          If you believe in this woman then are really stupid. She is doing the same thing that politicians and race baiters do, exploit your ignorance and your fears. It makes her money when she say divisive things. Actually, she is laughing at you.

          • UCSPanther

            I think you are actually talking about Hillary “The Hag” Clinton.

            I find it hilarious that “thing” is considered the best choice to succeed Obama.

          • IslamDownpressesHumanity

            I’m sure the OIC and Moslem Brotherhood back Shillariah.

          • Rosasolis

            I don’t think Sarah Palin has worked for several years
            just for the money! Many Americans think that she really
            does care about you. This is why she is coming up
            for your rights as citizens, and warning about the dangers
            which are rapidly increasing and worsening. Obama
            is fast becoming an International Problem. He is trying
            to become Europe’s new dictator! Would you rather have
            Ma Clinton to take his place? I would rather have an
            intelligent PATRIOT which America, and the rest of
            our Western Civilization now need more than ever before!

          • Sam197859

            To understand the game you have to learn the game. Sarah Palin is no different than a race pimp and a politician, as well as talk show pundits. It is always about money, power and position and not about you. Why do they say what they say?. To get listeners and viewers, which equal money. That is what they do. When someone uses language that is directed towards your fear and ignorance, you should be worried. They are NOT working for your best interest at all but to make money, gain power and to get in position to have maximum influence, over you, being on a major network.

        • DrBukk

          I’ve already bought an annual subscription to her new site! Yes your immigrants are much worse than ours. It’s off subject but I don’t know why polygamy isn’t condemned by our academic, political & religious leaders. It makes inbred, violent drones out of so many men, whose lives are dispensable.

  • retired

    Why don’t the Republicans respond to this criminal behavior?
    They don’t because they are partners in crime in collusion with the Democrats.As one person said “Leftwing & Rightwing are different wings of the same bird”.The bird is known as the Welfare State.They go through the motions of pretending opposition to each other,it’s all theater to keep the public occupied.This is sort of like Fantasy Football for hard core fans,a game of pretend & what if. We can call it Fantasy Politics!
    P.S. All of this reminds me of some of the 1930’s gangster movies with George Raft or James Cagney. It goes like this;during the prohibition era of the 1920’s Raft or Cagney,who are gangsters,run a Speakeasy(Democrats).This illegal club is supplying it’s customers with prostitution,whiskey,drugs & gambling.Some simple soul(low info voter) wanders through this club & is aghast at what he sees
    in the speakeasy.Simple Simon runs to the Police Chief(Noah Berry Sr.?) & makes a complaint.He is assured by the Police Chief that a raid will be ordered & the illegal operation will be shut down!Now the Police chief & his officers(Republicans) have a tricky problem,the Chief is a silent partner in the club,he owns a 15% share of the joint!
    This could be a huge dilemma if not handled right.He has to placate Simple Simon & make him believe that he is on the job of protecting truth,justice,honor & the American Way!On the other hand he doesn’t want to shut down the speakeasy which has been very lucrative for him! The Chief decides to call for a delayed & token raid on the club.In this way he can warn his partners in crime to leave before the raid & come back later to resume business as usual.On the other hand he can show all of the rubes & yahoos that the law is being enforced & criminals will face justice!
    This ia approximately what happens in Washington.
    The Democrats run the Speakeasy,the Republicans are the police & they both take turns F….ing the public!

    • Richard Fontaine

      Excellent analogy.

    • DB1954

      In my view, Republicans should soon begin impeachment proceedings against Eric Holder. In fact, I think a resolution has been introduced to that effect a few weeks ago.The evidence against Holder is open, notorious, and so obvious that, unless Senate Democrats are willing–simultaneous to their verdict in Holder’s case– to tell the American people that 2 plus 2 equals something other than 4, they wouldn’t dare acquit Holder. The evidence would be staggering both in its size, scope, and clarity. Holder is the key.

      • MLCBLOG

        I think they lack the ability, the moral fiber.

    • Crassus

      This sounds like an episode of The Untouchables with either Bruce Gordon or Nehemiah Persoff playing the gangster and James Gregory playing the corrupt police chief. The problem is that there’s no Robert Stack (playing Eliot Ness) to come in and save the day. Simple Simon (played by Jack Weston) will have to go it alone.

    • Ace

      Good one. I always thought the Japanese were the best about concealing real power but they’ve got nothing on our world class theatrics.

    • Sam197859

      Did you know that George Raft was a gangster before he became a actor?

  • pneville

    Simply put Obama is a traitor who deserves the same fate as others of that ilk.

  • Richard Fontaine

    I agree.

  • JDsHandsomeSon

    If there ever comes a day of the People’s Retribution, something like a 1793 France, let us hope their wrath is first directed toward the GOP and that all the GOP geldings are strung up from the tallest trees and lamp posts before the show trials of the democrats. The ancients may have been behind the power curve as relates to science and technology, but by God they certainly knew how to deal with nefarious rulers when they finally took action.

  • jmschwartz

    “How does one know that treason has triumphed? When none dare call it treason.”–Old adage.

  • semus

    The definition of feckless fits Obama on the surface anyway and he doesn’t mind projecting this. I would add arrogance to this description. What’s unsettling is, his actions or inaction’s seem purposeful and that doesn’t fit the feckless description. Oddly enough countries are falling like dominoes in the Middle East. Could Obama be a party to some vast scheme? Another words is he a Useful Idiot being used or is he an idiot being used? Who knows maybe both. It could be that defining him as feckless gives him too much cover or not enough credit depending on your point of view

    As far as the Republicans in most cases anyway it’s long past due when they should have spoken up. Could it all be all do to ineptitude and cowardice?

    • Americana

      The U.S. along w/the U.K. has long dreamed of a “better Middle East” that followed more demographically rational borders based on the demographics of religion and ethnic groups in each country and region. Because of all the human upheaval this American concept would cause to bring to fruition, it’s only been spoken about as a conceptual pipe dream. Now it seems the Arabs and other ethnic groups of the region are possibly executing this realignment on their own, somewhat by accident through the trauma of war and with an entirely different rationale for pursuing a “new Middle East.” Thus far, the new redrawing of the Middle East that’s being attempted only suits ONE demographic…


  • SoCalMike

    Obama said in his book Audacity of Hope if the political winds shift in an ugly direction and we come into conflict with Muslims, he will stand with the Muslims.
    It just wasn’t clear he mean’t jihadi Muslims.

    • Americana

      That isn’t at all what Pres. Obama meant when he wrote he would “side w/the Muslims.” Obama was referring to the American preemptive action taken against the Japanese Americans during WW II because they suspected the Japanese were so fanatical, they’d have to worry about millions of Japanese-American Fifth Columnists. This also was thought to be true to a far more limited extent of German-Americans but for whatever reason only the Japanese-Americans had their property confiscated and virtually the entire Japanese=American community suffered incarceration until the conclusion of the war. Was it because there were so many German-American farmers producing so much food for the Allied and American cause or there were so many German-American industrial workers? For whatever reasons, the Japanese-Americans were the ones who suffered incarceration.

  • EamonnDublin

    The people are asleep. It’s almost all over in parts of Europe, and it’s heading towards the United States. GET RID OF OBAMA. Éamonn, Dublin, Ireland.

    • Drakken

      Europe is about to experience an extreme resurgence in nationalism that those of the communist persuasion and their muslim pets will be running for their lives, the amusing thing is, the socialist really think that they can keep a lid on the whole boiling pot, they are about to be proved very wrong. Welcome to the new Balkans.

  • Realist

    “There is one foreign policy area where Republicans have shown some fight: Benghazi.”

    Mr Horowitz I really like your writing, your substantive ideas and your insights, but I do take issue with the above statement. The “Republicans” – which really means the establishment Republicans – Do not really have a fundamental disagreement with democRATs over Banghazi per se, it is just that Benghazi serves as a safe rallying cry for establishment Pubbies to wave in an effort to try and differentiate themselves from democRATs in the upcoming election. Or rather, it is a safe political tool-issue which establishment types hope can be used to obfuscate their own malfeasance and treachery in the both IRS scandal and the ongoing government coup via the demonRAT immigration illegalities.

    Any signs of “fight” from the establishment Republicans is, in my opinion, all smoke and mirrors designed to obfuscate, distract and deceive by any means necessary. The pious and “enlightened” Ruling Class power brokers are collaborating together to foist their much desired new pseudo-royalty status on the country to insure THEIR standing, power and wealth is never challenged, and that goes double for their idiot children. They do all of this under the rubric of an “enlightened” personal morality that serves their own personal, private sense of “ethics” above all else, and the media vassals of the Ruling Class are continuing to lay the groundwork for it and to reinforce already implemented supra-legal, fundamentally unconstitutional actions such as the IRS targeting of political enemies and the opening of the borders to illegals of all stripes for their own unbelievably selfish purposes.

    What is apparent is this: The Ruling Class cabal has decided that the existing middle class of the country is their only serious obstacle to absolute POWER, so they are going to gut that center of power by any means necessary while the media do their utmost to obfuscate that treachery and keep the little peeps in flyover country confused, demoralized and disorganized (Like the IRS targeting).

    The bottom line is, they will not stop until they are stopped by force. “Hoping” that one political party will stem this tide “because they have some fight left in them” is not only foolish, it ignores the fact that both political parties (like the media) are now simply extensions of the Ruling Class Pseudo-Royalty that own them, and the political operatives in those parties are merely obedient talking heads doing and saying as they’re told.

    • Americana

      “Benghazi” is NOT a “foreign policy area.” That is ONE EVENT **in the area of foreign policy** that is the result of an American military policy choice that was made long ago under Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and which we’re still pursuing. It’s a very practical concept but Benghazi proved that it can fail in the most tragic fashion. The Joint Chiefs insisted that the Middle East realign its Rapid Deployment Forces and those were revised to have additional RDF placed on all ships containing Marine Expeditionary Forces as well as a Rapid Deployment Force being placed at Sigonella Air Base in Italy.

      Rapid Deployment Forces are our FIRST and LAST line of defense for our American outposts, whether they be military or diplomatic. Not one Republican brought up our reliance on Rapid Deployment Forces. Not one Republican believed that the deaths occurred within an HOUR and a HALF of the initial assault on the Benghazi consular compound. Republicans are persisting in asking the most inane questions about Benghazi. It’s almost as if they reprise the original Benghazi inquest again and again and again.

  • bob e

    great article .. they are all complicit in the presidency of barry o’fraud ..
    they will all be exposed .. we’ve got 2 years to face this or we’ll forever
    live with this disgrace .. there will be no soloution

    • Americana

      Let’s expose the realities of Benghazi. The U.S. Armed Forces underwent a complex retrenchment and redeployment under Sec. of Defense Donald Rumsfeld that emphasized a Rapid Deployment security posture rather than a base-heavy deployment in force. This decision ended up w/the Middle East’s military and diplomatic personnel relying on Rapid Deployment Forces as their EMERGENCY RELIEF FORCES. Everything seemed to work fine w/this rapid deployment concept until the Benghazi debacle which took the lives of Ambassador Stevens and Information Officer Sean Smith within an hour and a half of the initial attack on the American consular compound. But obviously there were holes in the deployment which were rectified by a new deployment of Rapid Response Forces to each ship hosting a Marine Expeditionary Force as well as a SEAL Rapid Response Force being stationed at Signonella Air Base.


      Here is our timeline:


      Sept. 11: The Attack

      2:30 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (8:30 p.m. Benghazi time): U.S. Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens steps outside the consulate to say goodbye to a Turkish diplomat. There are no protesters at this time. (“Everything is calm at 8:30,” a State Department official would later say at an Oct. 9 background briefing for reporters. “There’s nothing unusual. There has been nothing unusual during the day at all outside.”)

      3 p.m.: Ambassador Stevens retires to his bedroom for the evening. (See Oct. 9 briefing.)

      Approximately 3:40 p.m. A security agent at the Benghazi compound hears “loud noises” coming from the front gate and “gunfire and an explosion.” A senior State Department official at the Oct. 9 briefing says that “the camera on the main gate reveals a large number of people – a large number of men, armed men, flowing into the compound.”

      About 4 p.m.: This is the approximate time of attack that was given to reporters at a Sept. 12 State Department background briefing. An administration official identified only as “senior administration official one” provides an official timeline of events at the consulate, but only from the time of the attack — not prior to the attack. The official says, “The compound where our office is in Benghazi began taking fire from unidentified Libyan extremists.” (Six of the next seven entries in this timeline — through 8:30 p.m. EDT — all come from the Sept. 12 briefing. The exception being the 6:07 p.m. entry, which comes from Reuters.)

      About 4:15 p.m.: “The attackers gained access to the compound and began firing into the main building, setting it on fire. The Libyan guard force and our mission security personnel responded. At that time, there were three people inside the building: Ambassador Stevens, one of our regional security officers, and Information Management Officer Sean Smith.”

      Between 4:15 p.m.-4:45 p.m.: Sean Smith is found dead.

      About 4:45 p.m.: “U.S. security personnel assigned to the mission annex tried to regain the main building, but that group also took heavy fire and had to return to the mission annex.”

      About 5:20 p.m.: “U.S. and Libyan security personnel … regain the main building and they were able to secure it.”

      Around 6 p.m.: “The mission annex then came under fire itself at around 6 o’clock in the evening our time, and that continued for about two hours. It was during that time that two additional U.S. personnel were killed and two more were wounded during that ongoing attack.”

      6:07 p.m.: The State Department’s Operations Center sends an email to the White House, Pentagon, FBI and other government agencies that said Ansar al-Sharia has claimed credit for the attack on its Facebook and Twitter accounts. (The existence of the email was not disclosed until Reuters reported it on Oct. 24.)

      About 8:30 p.m.: “Libyan security forces were able to assist us in regaining control of the situation. At some point in all of this – and frankly, we do not know when – we believe that Ambassador Stevens got out of the building and was taken to a hospital in Benghazi. We do not have any information what his condition was at that time. His body was later returned to U.S. personnel at the Benghazi airport.”

      About 10:00 p.m.: Secretary of State Hillary Clinton issues a statement confirming that one State official was killed in an attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi. Her statement, which MSNBC posted at 10:32 p.m., made reference to the anti-Muslim video.

  • herb benty

    The establishment Republicans don’t want to endanger their turn at the trough. Which makes them treasonous as well as Democrats.

  • DB1954

    This is the question I have wanted answered since 2008. When will someone in Congress admit that this man isn’t normal? When is someone going to admit that Obama is a Marxist? Frankly, I don’t see how in blazes people like Senator Bill Nelson (Dem. FL) could have ever NOT known that Barack Obama is a Marxist ideologue. How could he have NOT known? Did he never once consult blogs or books that have set out in detail this man’s history?

    There are probably now dozens of books written about Barack Obama and his life before he ran for President. They can’t ALL be lying. When is someone going to break and say, he’s a Marxist?

    • Drakken

      It will always be democrat party over the good of the nation come h*ll or high water.

      • Sam197859

        Oh, come on now. That is the mantra of the republican party. It is about business over its slaves, I mean, subjects, oh, I mean, suckers.

        • Drakken

          Sorry ghetto rat, your goodies are about to run out for sooner or later you run out of other peoples money, good luck with that.

          • Sam197859

            Yawn. Not on the dole and making a good living. You should be worried about your standard of living changing due to more dependents on technology. Sooner or later you will have to train for another job. So be worried by that instead of attacking people who is on assistance. That should be your main priority.

        • IslamDownpressesHumanity

          Your reference to slavery is banal — considering people are actually being legally enslaved in the moslem states of Mauritania and the Sudan, right now, in the 21st century.

  • justsayin

    Boehner aka “clink” has no spine.

  • Arlie

    “IF” or “When” the right person pulls the right string the whole steaming, rotten, bag of lies will unravel. Otherwise, how does one fight this lie upon lie, smear upon smear? The Alinsky tactics that destroy people and worthy causes. The intimidation, the cronyism of the corrupt government feeding off each other at tax payer expense.
    The Republicans need to STOP FUNDING the corruption. The only power they have is of the purse. The last best chance we had was Ted Cruz begging to defund Obamacare. That would have worked and stopped a lot of this cold in it’s tracks. I pray for the day this nightmare regime will end..I hope it’s sooner than later.


    mulatto-Marxist-muslim…….all democrats……..all piles of rino-dung……..off-spring of Ishmael……all illegal massicans+++. there is a Gene-Pool problem in America

  • Demo P. Seal; PouponMarks

    There is not a word to dispute in David’s article. However, The American Poople continue to vote for Establishment Republicans, Conservatism, Inc., and status quo-protect-privileges politicians. They continue, as of late, to vote for the same barnacles and long serving, self serving, bought and paid for Beltway Rats.

    It is pathetic when people reject remedies, cures, and relief. They will continue to suffer pain and humiliation until they see clear to vote for “extremists”, aka Tea Party Constitutional Conservatives and Restorationists.


      I can’t even watch Carl Rove any more. Porkie pink from lack of muscle, and so intensely involved on defeating and smearing any and all Tea Partiers or anyone even close.

  • Sam197859

    You people are funny. I just love to read paranoid people acting like this. I do not agree with everything that the president has done but you people are insane. Politicians just love to expolit fear and ignorance. This is just like book burning to take care of a thought. No wonder why politicians just love the uninformed and the lazy. It makes their job easier when they are supporting the power elite at your expense. It is really sad when people refuse to actually think.

    • dotherightthing4

      Paranoid? Every word in this article is accurate. If you doubt that, then you are the one who is uninformed.

      • Michael Durham

        DemonRAT Leftist morons like Sam197859 typify the man, organic problem of the inverted “liberals”: atrophied amygdalas (the “vigilance” center of the brain). I am convinced that this organically and genetically* brain deficit accounts for the evil-inclined “liberals” and “progressives”, and their vile, narcissistic, and criminal actions and behavior. The amygdalas of their brains are shrunken and genetically atrophied. There is also probably chronic, multigenerational a drug- and substance- abuse element at work here, too. This must be why, to them, any kind of response to any real threat on the part of sane, rational, healthy Americans is “paranoia” (or “racism”). Americans’ response to 9/11/2001? “Paranoia”, say these inbred, brain-defective communist, inverted reality, drug-damaged freaks.

        This is the only explanation. “Liberals”, “Progressives” and DemonRATs all have atrophied, deficient amygdalas.

        • dotherightthing4

          So Rush was right….Liberalism really is a disease of the brain. I am a nurse and always suspected there was something “off” or malformed with that part of the brain that enabled them to process information in a logical manner. I suspect, too, these are also the people with bad credit who live beyond their means and can not responsibly manage their personal lives either.
          Although we keep fighting, I do agree, the U.S. is finished. There are too many forces on too many fronts and too few of us to battle them.

          • Sam197859

            It really dumb to believe what a drug addict says. Do you see ping elephants, too?

          • dotherightthing4

            Does that include Choom Gang Barry? You really are pathetic.

        • WhiteHunter

          Spot on, Michael.

      • Sam197859

        No, it is not. It is just spin that is directed at people like you. Fear and ignorance works and you just prove it.

        • Drakken

          Your utter denial of reality is truly a sight to behold. Let it rain for you and your ilk richly deserve what is coming.

          • Americana

            Drakken, considering you once again demonstrated a complete denial of reality on the score of American resupply of Israel w/ammunition and another huge $$$$ aid package to refurbish the Iron Dome anti-missile defense system, that statement about denial of reality goes right back at you. There certainly are facts that are subject to one’s interpretation. There are other facts that stand, regardless of political interpretation, and can’t be denied.

          • Drakken

            Hey dumbazz, what you read in your leftist newspapers is far different than the reality on the ground, you just utterly refuse to listen for it goes against the very grain of that leftist mindset you have. One of these days reality is going to take a huge bite out of you.

    • UCSPanther

      You just wait until historians are looking over Obama’s legacy.

      Their verdict will not be pretty…

      • Americana

        Historians will look at world events and realize your micro vision of America’s ability to control the twists and turns of those events via the choices of each American President isn’t indicative of the whole story. An American President is not Superman.

        • UCSPanther

          An incompetent president will be remembered as such.

          Denial and making excuses will not change that fact.

          • Americana

            Neither will ignoring the previous administration’s legacy and its role in the challenges facing Pres. Obama change the facts of what is happening and why in the world. If there’s mention of specific events in Pres. Obama’s administration like the rise of ISIS, if the full gamut of the issue isn’t presented, that’s political theater. You might find that OK, to me it’s abhorrent political gamesmanship.

      • Sam197859

        Like with all historians, it depends on what your opinions are based on your political beliefs. It means nothing to me at all.

        • Drakken

          Of course our opinions mean nothing to you, the ghetto rat mentality at is best. I cant wait until that govt gravy train stops rolling, then you and your ilk will be really screaming and it will finally fall on deaf ears.

        • UCSPanther

          It looks like denial ain’t just a river in Egypt here.

          You are going to have face reality whether you like it or not. Just look at the Middle East. That is Obama’s legacy to the world.

      • WhiteHunter

        I had the same thought. But then I remembered that everything these days is “recorded” in digital media or emails, not paper held in multiple libraries, archives, and vaults. And, well, by their very nature, those media are fragile and ephemeral. And, of course, sometimes those emails just, well, happen to have “accidental hard drive crashes.” Especially the ones that are the most important to consult because they have the most interesting information.

        I worry that future historians–who won’t have a pro-Obama axe to grind after all of the current Obama hagiographers are dead–won’t have many reliable, authoritative primary sources to work with.

        We know more about the Church in England during the Dark Ages thanks to Bede’s Ecclesiastical History, and the early years of monasticism in Europe around the same time thanks to St. Benedict’s Rule, and the lurid details of Boswell’s adventures in the 18th century due to his London Journal–all of them written on parchment or acid-free paper–than I’m afraid people 100 or 200 years from now will know about Obama and his role in the destruction of America. Assuming, of course, that anyone that far in the future still knows how to read, or bothers to.

        A latter-day Gibbon will have a hard time indeed writing “The Decline and Fall of the United States of America.”

  • Daniel

    If christians want Jews to stop voting democrat maybe you should stop
    trying to convert jews to your megachurch closet gayyy pastor religion.
    Maybe you should stop saying Jews will burn in Hellll if we don’t turn
    to Christ. maybe you should stop shoving your religion down everyone’s

    • RIckuh

      Hmmmm. Although I cannot speak for all Christians, all Christians I know believe the Jews will be saved at the second coming of Jesus.

      Why do non-Christians continue to attempt to define Christianity – something they obviously don’t understand?

    • Isaac Newton


    • WhiteHunter

      NOBODY — and especially no Christian — does any of that to Jews, or says any of that about them. Wake up, open your eyes, shake the cobwebs out of your mind, and take a good, clear look at reality in the cold light of day.

      In your benighted mind, you mendaciously refuse to admit that Israel’s strongest, most steadfast supporters are — surprise! — Evangelical Christians, far more so than American Democrat Reform Jews, in fact. Israel’s bitterest and most dangerous enemies here are the antisemites who infest the present-day American Left and its vehicle in subversion, the Damnocrat Party–especially the one who sits in the Oval Office when he can take time off from golf and fundraisers.

      Put that in your pipe and smoke it, instead of whatever you’re smoking now.

    • dotherightthing4

      You are insane! As a Christian, I have and would NEVER try to convert a Jew. As a Christian, it is my duty to protect and support the Jewish people because they are God’s chosen people. End of story. Anything else you have fabricated in your mind.

      • Americana

        Well, there are PLENTY of evangelical Christian groups who are trying to convert everyone who isn’t Christian. The groups in the Holy Land especially seem to be guilty of proselytization of one and all. I drove 5 hours home from a training session a week ago and there was an evangelical radio show on about the latest violence between Israel and the Palestinians. That’s all those American evangelicals who were interviewed were talking about is converting Muslims and Jews from Gaza and Jerusalem.

        • dotherightthing4

          I have never heard that–ever. Missionaries go to spread the gospel but it is certainly not forced under duress.
          I do not listen to religious radio however.

          • Americana

            Of course the gospel is not spread under duress, but it is spread regardless of the political conditions.

          • dotherightthing4

            I see no harm in that–the harm is in radicals like the Jihadists who will slit your throat after demanding you convert, live as a dhimmi or die. Better to keep our eye on the ball.
            BTW–saw your comment above regarding diseases coming in from across the border/screenings. There was a video of a border patrol agent stating this was absolutely NOT happening. People were being shunted through with zero screening. And that makes sense—how are you possibly going to screen the 300,000 people that have come through the detention centers since April and that does not even account for the ones that have slipped through undetected.

        • IslamDownpressesHumanity

          “American evangelicals…converting Muslims…from Gaza”? I’d like to see that happen. I imagine their would be a few more headless bodies in Gaza if they tried.

    • liz

      As a former Christian I can attest to the fact that many Christians do believe and teach that Jews who don’t convert to Christianity will, like all other non-Christians who don’t convert, go to hell. And in earlier times they did label Jews as “Christ killers”, etc.
      But that’s still not a good excuse to vote Democrat. That “solution” is even worse than the problem, since in voting Democrat you’re voting for big government control freaks who are also complete doormats for Muslim supremacists, who hate Jews worse than Hitler did.

  • MN dude

    Republicans are lazy because conservatives are lazy. I count myself among the worst. We sit at our keyboards typing away when we should be acting. Personally I think we need to start consolidating into a particular region and work towards secession. Then we can have our own country with our own rules. Then the Left can choke on their own stupidity. And if we have stupid ideas we can do the same.

    • Americana

      Foolishness. There’s no point in secession. Especially given the issues we face. Your last sentence basically acknowledges you don’t know what your chances are of succeeding even if you were in charge.

  • Pericles

    “Since his election in 2009, Obama’s policies have been responsible for
    the deaths of tens of thousands of people and will result in the deaths
    of tens of thousands more.”

    David is absolutely correct! We need to recognize that Obama’s policies and incompetence are not just ruining people’s lives in the US because he has killed the American Dream, but that he is literally and directly responsible for the deaths of untold thousands in many countries, deaths which are ongoing, occurring every day and will continue until his tragic and destructive regime ends.

    His “base” cares little that he is responsible for so many deaths and so much misery, but if a Republican President did exactly the same thing he would be excoriated like a diabolical demon by his leftist base.

    • Sam197859

      The republicans did. It is called the Iraqi and Afghanistan wars. How did the president “kill” the American dream? Trying to make getting an education affordable and retraining is killing the American Dream? Your arguments are just plain stupid and void of a actual common sensible thought. Neocons, continue to prove that a thought is a mental disorder.

      • Drakken

        Here is the Prime example of the pure Obummer low information voter at its best. In case it has escaped your ghetto mindset, it isn’t the governments job to take care of your dumbazz.

        • Sam197859

          When are you going to have an adult conversation. Ghetto rat, really?

          • Drakken

            I’ll have an adult conversation with you when you come up to the adult level. If my point blank language offends you, I am sure there is a self esteem councilor who is happy and willing to take your money to make you feel all better, or are you one of those folks who got a trophy for showing up?

      • Pericles

        So tell me your thoughts about the thousands of people who are being and will be killed because of Obama’s incompetence and indifference. Forget the ‘American Dream’ for a moment. Speak to me about the genocide which Obama has unleashed or refuses to stop. Try to think for a change instead of repeating useless and mindless liberal and progressive talking points.

    • Sam197859

      Nice, deleting my comment. Someone’s feelings got hurt.

      • Pericles

        My feelings were not the least affected and I don’t have the power to delete comments. I suggest you address your complaints to the appropriate authorities.

        • Sam197859

          Sorry, I was not referring to you but the moderator. My mistake.

  • Pericles

    “Where is the Republican opposition? Why are Republicans still treating
    Obama as though his were a normal presidency and not a national
    disgrace? Why are there no indictments of Obama for the carnage he has

    Questions I have been asking myself since 2009 without any satisfactory answer. It makes me wonder if the rise of an Adolph Hitler in this country would raise any sense of alarm in the Republican Party. It makes me wonder if there are not more similarities and fewer differences between the Republicans and Democrats than we have assumed. It makes me wonder if both parties are not complicit in moving us from a constitutional republic to a tyrannical dictatorship.

    • WhiteHunter

      Republicans are needlessly terrified of being slandered as “racists”–the all-purpose bludgeon Obama and his side use against anyone who in any way finds fault with or objects to literally anything Obama does or even says.

      Since disagreeing with Obama–or pointing out his crimes and lies, and wanting to stop and punish them–is in no way “racist,” but rather an act of patriotic courage, his opponents in the GOP should start treating the “racism” smear with the sneering contempt it deserves, and stop trying to protest and muster arguments and prove that they’re not “racists,” because that’s allowing the Damnocrat to define the terms and even the vocabulary of debate and puts the regime’s critics on the defensive–which is a guaranteed no-win situation.

      How about, “No, it’s NOT racist to want to stop Obama from destroying the Constitution and the country. It’s NOT racist to want a strong, prosperous economy that provides a secure life for all Americans. It’s NOT racist to want to protect our own population from epidemic diseases brought here from the Third World under Obama’s open-borders-and-amnesty-for-all policies. It’s NOT racist to want our country to be respected around the globe–trusted by our friends and feared by our enemies, as we once were. But of course, President Obama and my distinguished colleagues on the other side of the aisle will disagree with all of that, because dividing and polarizing our people, weakening our economy and tunneling under our national security, and betraying our longtime allies are what they’re all about.”

      • Americana

        The one thing I would say about the open borders and diseases issue is that we have one of the highest percentage populations in the world for international travelers. American vacationers and business people can bring back diseases the same way they’re brought by illegal and legal immigrants. The one thing that may not be true about vacationing Americans returning w/diseases is that the diseases have not yet reached the chronic point. But we are potentially liable to not be aware we’re bringing these diseases back as latent illnesses since we’re often there for such short periods of time we may still find we’re incubating something. I thought all legal immigrants were still obliged to pass a health screening though, is that no longer true? One thing we do not want is for immigrants to bring diseases in like the drug-resistant forms of TB.


        • Webb

          I hope you get it and die like a dog.

          • Americana

            You obviously haven’t had your rabies shot.

        • Pete

          The good ole illegals and citizens are the same argument.

          “American vacationers and business people can bring back diseases the same way they’re brought by illegal and legal immigrants.”

          Illegals get DUIs and citizens get DUIs. Citizens commit homicides and illegals commit homicides.

          Then there is the argument that the illegals commit DUIs at the same rate at citizens SO WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKES ANYWAY.

          So once we argue that the rates are higher or we do not need the additional deaths or whatever, Americana will have MOVED ON.

          Only to return at a later date starting from square one.

          Because her job is to sway opinion.

          • Americana

            Lordy, Pete, so now I’m being fingered as someone whose job it is to “sway opinion?” What’s your job here then? This is called sharing thinking and thinking out loud as far as I’m concerned. If you don’t like my thinking, you’re welcome to rebut my thinking by your VERY OWN THOUGHTS. If your thoughts and supporting facts are more convincing than my thoughts and supporting facts and you’ve got a better grasp of the subject, people may turn toward your opinion. Trying to pretend that all political philosophies should remain isolated from each other is no way to build consensus or develop a deeper understanding of another’s viewpoint.

          • Pete

            Americana, the troll, avoiding the issue again and again and again …

            “How Does Illegal Immigration Affect the US Prison System?

            Illegal Aliens in Federal, State, and Local Criminal Justice Systems Summary

            In Florida, the most common offense among illegal aliens in state prisons was murder. … Texas had the next highest number of illegal aliens, 18 percent



      • Pete

        American is a troll. See my reply to her down below. occasionally she wants to pretend she is conservative or libertarian, but she is pro-Obama pro illegals, etc.

        • MLCBLOG


          • Pete

            Yes Americana, Sorry for the typo.

        • Americana

          I never “pretend to be” anything. I’m a rather rich mix of political concepts and I don’t consider myself limited to one political philosophy. You may claim I’m “pro-Obama,” though I’m pro-Obama in the sense I think it’s idiotic to slander the man because he’s of two ethnic groups and because of some of the political actions he’s taken. I’m not “pro-illegals,” but American farmers have grown dependent on them in certain farming sectors. Of course, you, in all your grandiose claims of being from a farming family then mistakenly made the false claim that farmers should just “switch to other crops” if they didn’t have the manpower to pick soft fruits and veggies like peppers and raspberries, etc., etc. You also made the hilarious claim that illegal aliens would be redundant “in 20 or 30 years when all the picking has been automated.” As if that SOLVES the issue of what American farmers will do in the MEANTIME for the harvesting of their soft-bodied fruit and vegetable crops.

          • Pete

            Because of a fraction (fruit farmers and similar) of less than 2% of the population (farmer) you want to hold the other 98% of the population hostage.

            That is really brilliant thinking there SWIFT!

            I can get my vitamin C from other sources.

          • Americana

            You must not know very much about the new Farm Bill…

          • Pete

            It is amazing. the thread is 2 days old and I am getting votes, which gives me hope.

            You on the other hand are beyond hope.

            I don’t write my posts to be popular. I have several times said I am for amnesty after we get a decent border fence. The one which Janet Napolitano gave up on. For failing to build a fence that congress appropriated money for TPTB gave her a sweet heart job at an University. Jewish Conservative talk show host Michael Medved is also for amnesty. Still being for amnesty will get a person scolded her. my point is I don’t march in lock step with everyone.

            On the other hand we have American that just goes out of her way to take a contrary position on everything. A person really has to try to get a 25% rating. Congrats, American you did that! Is it worth the 30 pieces honey? Did they teach you that in women’s studies?

          • Drakken

            Your a bloody leftist, period! Your inane ramblings are pure leftist propaganda at its best. So spare us your “neutral” stance which is anything but.

      • Sam197859

        Wow, paranoia replacing critical thinking. You people are insane. What next? Working Congress working with the president? Naw, that makes too much sense. Instead, we have you loons going off the deep end. Really amazing.

  • Pericles

    “This was surely the most shameful individual act by a president in the history of the White House.”

    He has two years left to commit an even more ‘shameful’ act. My money says that he will. Vacations and Fund Raisers have been, and will remain, his primary priorities. Anyone who doesn’t realize this by now needs to stop using the drugs they’ve been taking for the past 6 years.

    • liz

      Yes, and I predict the “even more shameful act” will involve Obama lying about some act of terrorism committed by terrorists who waltzed over the borders that he has purposely destroyed.

      • MLCBLOG

        We can only imagine.

  • Pericles

    “When will Republicans gather the courage to start speaking truth to power?”

    When did Hitler’s opponents finally find the courage to criticize and denounce him? Probably about the time the Russians and Americans entered Berlin.

  • Christopher Riddle

    If this is a”Normal Presidency”,then you can’t count on One Hand(and have change)how many Years This Republic has left!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Christopher Riddle

    Obongo has wilfully”Wrecked”our economy!He has wilfully “Wrecked”our Foreign Policy!!He has “Alienated “our ALLIES and “Emboldened”our ENEMIES!!!He is GUILTY of TREASON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Smoke

    The Republican Party has really become a let-down insofar as presenting an opposition platform to the American people that is as unabashedly forceful and unrelenting in character as the Democrats’. In retrospect I think that Ronald Reagan provided the Republicans with a temporary infusion of bone marrow which unfortunately was subsequently diluted by GHW Bush’s “kinder, gentler” donation and to an even greater extent contraindicated by the whole “one world order” spiel. Whatever it was, the Republican Party just seemed to lose form and backslide into the sludge at the bottom of the ladder, unable or afraid to distinguish themselves from the opposition. (Does this observation have any merit?)

  • USARetired

    I sincerely hope everyone understands Obama.s unwavering support of the Muslim’s is due to the fact they are his brothers, and he is one of them! He has admitted this so why are our politicians avoiding the issue? and acting stupid?
    He certainly is unfit to lead this Nation and should be removed for cause!

  • Anamah

    You describe reality so clear and precise David!
    You made a perfect description; the individual is contemptible!
    What do you think, what would be the political effect of a republican confronting openly his behavior and actions?
    He as all other miserable play well the victim role.
    He is so fake than he can do it to get Oscar for his interpretation.
    And as you know the corrupt media is his accomplice.
    But after November that will be to rent balconies!

  • Jeff Ludwig

    Thank God for David Horowitz.

  • slhancock

    I have written several times to all my elected reps and senators. I’ve asked that they support impeachment giving numerous examples of Obama’s treachery. NOT ONE ANSWER so far. They don’t want to be labeled as the republican that impeached a black democrat. I guess that says they don’t give s%&$ about the rest of us, so what can we expect?

    • Americana

      If any Republican legislator can prove that Pres. Obama has committed treason or impeachable offenses, he’s obligated to come forward w/the information. The fact is, no one has been able to come forward w/anything REMOTELY APPROACHING TREASON or IMPEACHABLE OFFENSES. Making these highly inflammatory claims is good political theatre but, when the claims are EMBELLISHED w/LIES or SIMPLY ARE LIES, they nullify the impeachment claims. As for being the Republican legislator to level treason charges against the first black President, that’s also reasonable if the first black President has committed impeachable offenses. If that black President hasn’t committed impeachment-worthy offenses then you’re leveling treason charges at him simply for the value of smearing his name and his administration.

    • Steve Bryant

      That’s because the American public is so dumbed down that they will oppose efforts to save their own hide. PC restraints destroyed our education system, prevents dealing with the real issues of racism and are in the process of destroying our military. The military’s ability to perform has already been destroyed, but that’s separate from issues such as lowering quality levels so women can be treated “fair” and mandating ROE that essentially turn our fighting forces into targets.
      But not to worry, everything has a beginning…….and end. Including this once shinning city on a hill.

  • rebaaron

    This is the heart of the problem.

  • Christopher Riddle

    The”One”is as Reprehensible as the”Other”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • http://JudeoChristianAmerica.org Alexander Gofen

    “Where is the Republican opposition?” – They are not an opposition: At least since the sham of impeachment for the “stained dress” perjury of an intern, if not earlier. America has fallen so low, that America has no opposition (except http://JudeoChristianAmerica.org)

    “Why are Republicans still treating Obama as though his were a normal presidency and not a national disgrace?” – Because since 2002 representatives of “both parties” 8 times attempted to pass a bill in order to rid of the Natural Born requirement – i.e. paving the way for Obama (then not yet even known to anybody).

    “When will Republicans gather the courage to start speaking truth to power?” – Never, because they are in cahoots with the power.

    When you, Mr. Horowitz, will gather the courage to start speaking truth to your readers: You, a liar you?! You, who lied and obfuscated the truth since 2008?

    • IslamDownpressesHumanity

      I like the unfounded character assassination in that last paragraph. It reminds me of the “unbiased” journalism we see in the enemedia today.

      • http://JudeoChristianAmerica.org Alexander Gofen

        If you followed Front Page, the publication of Mr Horowitz Re. Obama (Soetoro-Soebarakach-Bounel), and my comments since 2008, you would know that FP and Mr Horowitz are involved in denial and obfuscation if the ineligibility crisis all that long time. They clearly demonstrate the journalistic malpractice, being in cahoots with the ruling elite and the very de-facto one-party system which Mr. Horowitz seems to criticize here.

        • anna

          go to h-ll

  • v

    If this renegade president obama were white, everyone would have been on him like flies on s—. But his race is saving his a–.


    i despair over the Republican party and even the Tea Party if we don’t wise up to how evil this enemy is and our need to use very strong measures against it. The title of your book has, I must say, got my attention. A plan?! hooray. Let’s go!!

  • LibertyWriter

    EVERYBODY knows. Few speak out.

  • Ken Lowder

    Ummm, when he’ll freezes over, the GOP might respond then.

  • Loren Piller

    “When will Republicans gather the courage to start speaking truth to power” as soon as we get the Democrats out of our party

  • anna

    Thank you.

  • catherineinpvb

    Obama not only betrayed every American, by Iraq, he enjoyed doing it. By the largest, or by smallest measures; this is his pleasure. Obama, Inc. Is an enemy of every American citizen, past, present and future. . .and it is beyond sickening, watching Repub ‘Leadership’, make pretense otherwise. Could not believe that we heard again, just last week, that treasonous Obama, is otherwise, a ‘nice guy’. This is nothing but a gutless PR mantra, that must be laid to rest. No Repub should even think to go there.

    It may take some time, but these ‘see no evil’ Repubs, will pay for their bad eyesight, and their ‘sounds of silence’. Meantime, we must move forward, speak the truth and win….Truth is our last hope; and best offense.

    Meantime, our Constituency like ‘thirsty dogs’ out here waiting for that ‘Truth to Power’ surge. We are losing Elections, as we wait. We have already paid dearly, for their ‘sounds of silence’.

  • TexasVetgal

    Still waiting for the POS Traitor to be arrested for Treason. By 2016 all of Congress can go on the list of Traitors to America.

    • flopdog

      Again, you show your clueless ignorance about American law. The only person with the power to arrest the president is the Senate Sergeant of Arms for a felony committed on the floor of the Senate.

      Otherwise, we have to use a document with which you are clearly unfamiliar: the US Constitution. For high crimes and misdemeanors, the House may bring Articles of impeachment, then a trial in the Senate. If the House had even a shred of such violations, they would have drawn up Articles years ago. They didn’t because they have no prima facie case. Boehner promised a lawsuit – what happened about that?

      Go learn some law and perhaps the typical reaction to your posts will no longer be a facepalm.

      • TexasVetgal

        There are no laws any longer… Ovomit proved that. Congress proved that.

        • flopdog

          And you want them “arrested and tried for treason” which require….laws.

          I wish I could see you try that “there are no laws” argument with a judge.

          But you still live off the government that you hate, hypocrite. My taxes taste good to you?

          • TexasVetgal

            Military tribunals will be the laws dumbass.

          • flopdog

            For civilians? rofl, so you really know nothing about law, as I suspected.

      • TexasVetgal

        There are no laws douche bag… Have your mama slap you into reality.

        • flopdog

          I love it. You state “there are no laws” but in the post above you want to “arrest everyone for treason.”

          Gotta have laws to arrest people, Einstein, even though you clearly know nothing about them.

          Gotta have laws to get your little check every month too.

          You’re the worst kind of pathetic. Throwing words like “leech” and “Socialist” around when you yourself live off the government, and get free government health care.